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TWICKENHAM RIVERSIDE – MOVING FORWARD, OR MORE YEARS OF INACTION?

After nearly four decades of failed proposals we finally have a scheme for Twickenham Riverside that has been given planning permission by the Council.  This has been developed in partnership over more than two years with residents, businesses and a number of community groups.

Massive Investment to Bring All Pavements and Roads Up To A High Standard

Part Of Our local Conservatives’ Commitment To Investing In Healthy Streets

In one of its headline manifesto promises, our local Conservatives have pledged to significantly raise investment in the borough’s roads and pavements to bring them all up to a high standard over five years.

Working Across London To Tackle Crime

Part Of Our Local Conservatives’ Commitment To Keeping A Safe Borough

Cllr Paul Hodgins, Leader of Richmond Council, attended the Violent Crime Summit this week hosted by the Mayor of London at City Hall.

It’s A Two-Horse Race As Only Local Conservatives and Labour Are Fully Contesting This Council Election

Only the local Conservatives and Labour have put up full sets of three candidates in each ward for the Council election on 3 May.

In 2014 the Liberal Democrats fielded a full slate of candidates. The Greens fielded at least one candidate in every ward, with a total of 22 candidates. This time around the Greens only have six candidates in total across the borough, and in those wards the Liberal Democrats have only put forward two.

Respect Pledge for local elections

Today (3 March 2018) the Conservative Party Chairman Brandon Lewis unveiled the Party’s Respect Pledge. The pledge will apply to all Conservative candidates standing in the local elections this year, ensuring they behave responsibly throughout the election.